In this groundbreaking look at the psychology of forgiveness, the authors show how resentment -- toward other people, toward one's self, even toward God -- can consume precious emotional energy and seriously impair both self-esteem and the ability to experience joy. Offering a short program for accelerating the process of forgiveness, and enlivened with classic quotations on the nature of forgiveness, this revolutionary book explodes long-standing myths -- including the notion that forgiveness involves self-denial, making up, confessing, or turning the other cheek.
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Jacqui Bishop has carried on a private psychotherapy practice since 1982 in White Plains, NY A graduate of the Foundation for Religion & Mental Health program in Transactional Analysis and Gestalt, Jacqui has also worked with Dan Casriel, MD, at the Casriel Institute in the New Identity Process and has done extensive work in a wide variety of other healing disciplines, including rebirthing, massage, Alexander, and other bodywork techniques.
Her recent writings include The Creative Brain co-authored with Ned Hermann; How to Invest When You Don't Know How soon to be published; and in the pipeline: The Holding Book and My Boss Doesn't Know What I do -- The Corporate Lawyers Guide to Client Communications.
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Descripción Station Hill Pr, 1998. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110882681427